Light Reign, James Turrell’s “skyspace," is on always-and-forever display at the Henry, but it's always and forever changing. It’s an outdoor room with an opening in the ceiling so you can sit and watch the sky go by. $10 suggested.
Bottomless anything is good, especially if it involves champagne. At weekend brunch at Ma'ono or Agrodolce, your mimosa ($12 and $14, respectively) never ends. And at Golden Beetle $15 mimosas are bottomless at weekday lunch AND weekend brunch—and they're made with fresh juices and house-made syrups and shrubs. (GB says, "Please note: Your glass will actually have a bottom, for ease of drinking and mess-related reasons, however, we will keep refilling it for you.") $12-$15.
Civilized but not-too-schmancy wine shop Portalis offers free tastings on Saturday and Sunday. A lot of regulars show up, particularly Ballard-farmers-market shoppers on Sundays. Those people sound smart. Free.
Every last Sunday of the month, Little Water Cantina roasts a couple whole hog's worth of local-beer-brined pork tacos: You get a plate of those, a matching beer, and live music, too. Weather permitting, the party's on the patio with its awesome Lake Union view. $17.
A weekly curated set of musical performances focusing on experimental and avant-garde jazz. Presented by Tables and Chairs. Free.
Tiny, inviting Cure invites you to “celebrate or lament” the end of your weekend with a $12 bottle of Spanish sparkling wine and a view of Cal Anderson Park on the Lord’s day. $12.
This sounds SO GOOD: dinner for two in the form of a two-pound Dungeness crab—wok-seared with tamarind sauce, Singaporean yellow curry, scallions and ginger, or Saigon salt-and-pepper style—served with papaya salad for $35, every Sunday and Monday night at Monsoon. Bonus: bottles of wine (all of them!) 30 percent off! $35.
Wallingford's Moon Temple is one of the highest-quality dive bars this city is privileged to still contain, and now the Moon Temple is going to be razed for so-called progress sometime in the not-too-distant future. Sunday trivia night here is fueled by strong-ass drinks. Go before it's too late! $2 (registration fee per player).
A weekly staple that claims the title of longest-running House music night on the West Coast.
Brought to you by the people behind the World's Greatest Seattle Walking Tours, this is not only the world's greatest, but also the world's only, trivia crawl—so you are forgiven for not knowing what a trivia crawl is. It is: walking to three Capitol Hill bars, quaffing beers, and playing pub quiz night-style trivia at each stop. Also: prizes! $20, excluding drinks.
Comedy that occurs below the earth's surface. $6-$20.
Seattle's oldest non-profit gallery is always recruiting. Artists who pay the monthly hanging fee may display their work in this non-juried, all-volunteer space.
Permanent Collections: African, Asian, Native American, early American, European, modernism, decorative arts, and contemporary art. $15 suggested.
Go now, my children, and worship at the altar of fried chicken goodness every Sunday night at Joe's. For there SHALL be grease, there SHALL be buttermilk batter, and there SHALL be all the fixings. $14.
BOCK BOCK! Starting at 4:30 p.m. every Sunday, it's fried chicken time at Brave Horse Tavern—three pieces of pickle-brined fried bird with several sides (which change monthly, along with the price).